THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Mar. 28, 1932

The Senate:

¶ Recommitted the Interior Department appropriation bill with instructions to reduce its total of $50,000,000 by 10%.

¶ Adopted the conference report on the anti-injunction labor bill; sent it to the President.

¶ Confirmed Thaddeus Harold Brown to be a member of the Radio Commission.

¶ Received from Virginia's Glass a revised banking bill to check speculation on Federal Reserve credit and to liquidate closed banks.

Committees of the Senate:

¶ Received a subcommittee's report to legalize 4% beer to raise $347,000,000 in revenue, stimulate business, relieve unemployment.

¶Approved the nomination of Charles Hitchcock Sherrill to be Ambassador to Turkey.

The House:

¶ Debated...

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